IronWorker CaaS Worker: Heroku Dyno Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Heroku Dyno for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create a Heroku App Install Heroku CLI Deploy Your App Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Create a Heroku App On your Heroku dashboard, click on “Create new app”, specify the app name and…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Google Cloud Function Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Google Cloud Function for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Enable Cloud Functions API Create a Cloud Function Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Enable Cloud Function API First, we need to enable Cloud Function API. Go to “APIs & Services” From…

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Setup Outline: Create Cloud Run Service Trigger the Container App Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons 1. Create Cloud Run Service From the left menu, select “Cloud Run” Click on the “Create Service” Button. Select the region, selected regions only supports Container Triggers Enter a service name and click on “Next” Specify the container…

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Monitor Azure Kubernetes Service With Datadog

Many developers turn to AKS to help them manage and scale Kubernetes clusters. Datadog now integrates with AKS, hoping to bring improved visibility to those operating on AKS infrastructure with minimal configuration. As a third-party service, Datadog integrates with multiple platforms, all with the goal of revealing metrics and useful insights to make cross-platform infrastructure…

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Monitoring Google Cloud Run With Datadog

Running stateless containers with Google Cloud Run eliminates the need to manage infrastructure. Instead, you can opt for either a fully-managed Cloud Run instance or use Cloud Run for Anthos, Google’s platform for self-managing containers across on-premise, hybrid, multi-cloud Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) infrastructure. If you use Cloud Run, you’ll find that deploying a container is easy. Simply specify the…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Cloudflare Worker Setup

Setup Outline: Create a Worker Write Worker Code Limits Cloudflare workers costs Notes Security Pros & Cons If you are not familiar with Cloudflare or what it does, it’s mainly DNS that allows you to setup more security on the domain level, DDoS protection, and increases your site performance through its CDN. In a basic…

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Heroku vs Docker: Which is Best for Developers?

Heroku and Docker are both container-based development environments, ideal for developers to deploy applications without needing the resources required for virtual machines or physical servers. Containers are flexible, scalable, and because they contain a kernel of the operating system in each container, work seamlessly across a range of devices. But how do developers know which development environment is best for them?…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: Celery Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Celery for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create a new Python project Write the code Run the Celery worker Queue a message Notes Pros & Cons Celery is a tasks worker in python; it can work with Redis, RabbitMQ, or other Message-Queues. To…

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Optimizing Your Message Queue and SendGrid Using Iron

Some marketers believe that social media will soon dominate how companies and customers communicate with each other. While social media will definitely play a role, you cannot forget about the importance of email. Practically everyone uses email, so it makes sense for companies to adopt flexible email marketing solutions like SendGrid. Before you commit to SendGrid or any message…

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Right on Queue: Message Queues Made Simple with Iron.io

All apps have a range of tasks that they perform for their end users, whether the user is aware of this or not. These might include processing images, collecting data, or an email service response when a user inputs their details or subscribes. Message queues can even collate data and analytics for your CRM or…

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